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Shopping in Myanmar

Shopping in Myanmar

Myanmar - What to see

Yangon is the capital of Myanmar. It is the biggest and most populated city, a major port and trading centre, and home to a blend of diverse cultures, customs and peoples. There are a variety of markets, plazas, supermarkets, marts, malls, stores, roadside shops and even street peddlers, providing a paradise for passionate shoppers who can find every kind of...

Sagaing

Sagaing

Myanmar - What to see

Sagaing Division is situated in the north-western part of Myanmar. It shares borders with India in the north, Kachin State, Shan State and Mandalay Division in the east, Mandalay and Magway Divisions in the south, and Chin State and India in the west. The total area of the division is 36,535 square miles.

Magway

Magway

Myanmar - What to see

It is located in the central part of Myanmar, with the major part of it falling in the dry zone. Magway Division shares borders with Sagaing Division in the north, Mandalay Division in the east, Bago Division in the south, and Rakhine and Chin States in the west. Magway Division has an area of 17,305 square miles.

Kayin

Kayin

Myanmar - What to see

Kayin State shares borders with Yamethin district, Shan State and Kayah State in the north, and Taungoo, Thaton and Mawlamyine districts in the west, Ye township in the south, and Thailand in the east. The area of the state is 11,731 sq. miles.

Kayah

Kayah

Myanmar - What to see

Kayah State is situated in eastern Myanmar and bounded on the north by Shan State, on the east by Thailand, and on the south and west by Kayin State. The area of the state is 4,530 square miles.

Chin

Chin

Myanmar - What to see

Chin State is located in the west of Myanmar, sharing borders with India in the north and west, with Rakhine State in the south, and with Sagaing and Magway Divisions in the east. It covers an area of 13,907 sq. miles.

Yangon

Yangon

Myanmar - What to see

Even though it is no longer the nation's official capital, Yangon remains Myanmar's largest and most commercially important city. Its downtown skyline is dominated by the 'winking wonder' of Shwedagon Paya, a dazzling Buddhist temple that attracts pilgrims from all over the world. Since the 2010 elections, Yangon's fortunes have skyrocketed along with its land prices, as both local and foreign...

Ayeyarwaddy

Ayeyarwaddy

Myanmar - What to see

Ayeyawaddy Division is situated at the southern end of the central plains of Myanmar. There is Bago Division in the north, Bago and Yangon Divisions in the east, Andaman Sea and Bay of Bengal in the south and west. It is essentially a delta region with an area of 13,566 square miles.

Mandalay

Mandalay

Myanmar - What to see

Mandalay is the second largest city and the capital of the last Myanmar Kingdom. Mandalay is located in the central dry zone of Burma by the Irrawaddy River and 688 km north of Yangon, 64 meters (210 feet) above sea level. Its standard time zone is UTC/GMT +6:30 hours. Mandalay is the economic hub of Upper Burma and considered the...

Inle Lake

Inle Lake

Myanmar - What to see

Inle Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes of South East Asia. Lush, green and fertile, remote Inle Lake is a picture of rural tranquility. As it lying 875 km above sea level at Shan State. You can reach there by flight to Heho airport. The lake is nearly 100 km north to South but only 5 km wide...

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